|Drive, He Said 1971 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Jack Nicholson
Cast: William Tepper, Karen Black, Michael Margotta, Bruce Dern, Robert Towne, Henry Jaglom, Cindy Williams, David Ogden Stiers, Douglas Ryan, Michael Warren, June Fairchild, Don Hanmer, Lynette Bernay, Bill Sweek, Joseph Walsh
The story is about the problems encountered by college basketball players as they travel to and from games in other cities. Hector (William Tepper) is the star player at his Ohio college and is having an affair with Olive (Karen Black) who is the wife of one of the professors. Hector's roommate Gabriel (Michael Margotta) is also on the team and is about to drop out of school. Gabriel is rebelling and involved in radical political causes in an effort to avoid being drafted and going to Viet Nam. This film is Jack Nicholson's directorial debut.
|Summertree 1971 PG, 89 min.|
Director: Anthony Newley
Cast: Michael Douglas, Jack Warden, Brenda Vaccaro, Barbara Bel Geddes, Rob Reiner, Kirk Callaway, Bill Vint, Jeff Siggins, Garry Goodrow, William Smith, Dennis Fimple, June Fairchild, Richard Stahl, Teri Garr
Poor Jerry–he drops out of college, finds himself selected by the Draft, and decides to flee to Canada. Kirk Douglas produced this so-so film.
|1. Drive, He Said (1971)|
2. Summertree (1971)
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